Don't underestimate this tiny home: It features 3 bedrooms and can fit 6 to 8 people

The popularity of living in a tiny home has increased over the last several years. There are a variety of reasons why people choose this lifestyle. One of the main reasons is that a lot of people want to simplify their life: A smaller house means one has space for only essential items.
Another reason why one might choose to live in a tiny house is to save on the cost of maintaining a bigger home. Living tiny is also better for the environment.
As a result of this interest in an alternative lifestyle, the number of companies specializing in tiny houses has multiplied.
Mint Tiny House Company in Canada is one such company. Since 2014, it has been manufacturing Tiny House RVs and park models. One of its most stunning RVs is the Canada Goose Edition.
Measuring 392 square feet, 8.6 feet wide, and 41 feet long, this model can sleep from six to eight people. Why? Because it has three bedrooms (as seen in the full floor plan that follows). Six layouts exist: the Arctic, Pacific, Ozonia, Everest, Clover, and Celtic.
The Canada Goose RV is built on a gooseneck trailer. It uses LP Smartside lap siding, ensuring protection from hail, wind, and moisture. The exterior of the "Traveler's Paradise," as this specific home is called, has been painted white but homeowners can choose from eight other colors. The metal-colored roof adds a touch of elegance to the exterior.
The living room area sits on one end of this tiny home. The interior wood paneling, ceiling, and window trim have been painted white, giving
a sense of tranquility to the space. The exposed 4-by-4 cedar ceiling beams bring a touch of nature inside the home, and the click laminate flooring that simulates natural wood continues the nature theme.
Track lighting painted black contrasts with the white ceiling, providing an accent and illumination in the stark room.
Ample space for food preparation can be found in the galley kitchen. Everything is within arm’s reach. The natural dark walnut butcher block countertops that line both sides of the working space work well for organizing the ingredients and utensils homeowners need.
Cooking meals is a breeze with the Furrion RV Propane oven and cooktop and the ceramic apron front sink makes washing dishes easy. The full-size refrigerator in stainless steel will keep food fresh for a long time, whereas nonperishable items can be stored conveniently in the off-white kitchen cabinets.
The minimalist bathroom has all the essentials. Frosted glass windows sit above the traditional flush toilet, allowing natural light to filter in while providing privacy. The no-frills white sink with a chrome faucet adds a practical and functional element to the space.
The white cabinets below the sink offer valuable storage for keeping extra towels or cleaning supplies. The opposite side features a vinyl shower with a glass door.
From the bathroom, a black handrail provides support for three steps that lead to the gooseneck bedroom. Closets sit next to the doorway.
Large picture windows on one side of the room allow sunlight and the natural scenery outside to enliven the indoors. A sliding barn door separates the bedroom from the rest of the house.
A steep and narrow staircase leads up to one of two lofts, and the ladder stowed above the windows of the kitchen provide access to the other loft. By carefully choosing furniture and accessories, owners of this home can guarantee they maximize the space without it feeling cluttered.
Check out the full floor plan for this model that shows how it fits together.